By Venson Wallin | January 09, 2019

Global Med Device Investigation Highlights Importance of Managing Risk Alongside Innovation

Continuing to innovate patient care is important to achieving shared value across the health and life sciences ecosystem. But the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)’s recently published ‘Implant Files’ series on the medical device industry highlights just how important it is to manage risk in tandem.


By Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Leaders | October 25, 2018

The Genome of the IPO – A Checklist

A proper IPO requires significant focus, time and resource investment to support a successful long-term strategy. To thrive in the everchanging healthcare and life sciences ecosystems, an organization must develop a thoughtful approach that weighs considerations to help gauge...


By Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Leaders | October 19, 2018

BDO’s Healthcare Rx: Elder Care Moves from Hospital to Home

The flurry of emerging new partnerships and M&A activity over the past few months has shown us that the future of healthcare depends on breaking down silos across the ecosystem to improve patient outcomes. The need to do so is perhaps nowhere as urgent than in elder care. Our...


By Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Leaders | October 16, 2018

5 Steps for Hospitals to Manage Risk Around Fall 2018 Uncompensated Care CMS Audits

Amid a growing uninsured population, CMS is set to begin auditing hospitals’ uncompensated care reports this fall. Hospitals’ lifelines will be proper patient-level documentation and clearly defined charity care policies. Read our five-step checklist to learn how to manage...


By Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Leaders | October 02, 2018

A Roadmap to Threat-Based Cybersecurity for Healthcare Organizations

If organizations in the business of consumer health are going to sustainably innovate around patient care, they must be able to safely store and analyze patient data. Threat-based cybersecurity will be their lifeline. Read our roadmap to getting there.


By Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Leaders | August 29, 2018

Technology Drives a Wedge Between U.S. and European Views on Elder Care

The future of elder care is centered around greater independence for seniors. But, according to BDO’s international analysis, the role of tech in preserving that independence and maximizing quality of life differs between both sides of the Atlantic.


By Steven Shill | August 22, 2018

Telemedicine Adoption in Elder Care: The Regional Divide

As advancements in tech and expanded CMS reimbursement of telemedicine quicken elder care’s move from hospital to home, the Northeast and the West find themselves at differing levels of home health investment. But the regional divide isn’t what it seems.